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101 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Also known as "Flossie"

Information from: Oakley Ward, Cassia Stake, WR f Rec of Mem Early 1905
Oakley 1st Ward, Cassia Stake, WR f pt 1, Rec of Mem 1901-1942 
Florence Adams
 
102 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. Forest Douglas Adams
 
103 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. Forest Douglas Adams
 
104 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Homemaker and missionary

Also have endowment date of 16 Sep 1913

see portrait, photo with siblings (RIN 275) 
Goldie Adams
 
105 see photo with siblings (father RIN 260) Helen Adams
 
106 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Homesteaded in Oakley, Idaho but later moved to Salt Lake City. Lois Gillespie states in the History of Tooele County-DUP that he died 21 July 1936 at the L.D.S. Hospital in Salt Lake.

Speculation says he was adopted by his father John since he was born in England 6 years before his parents married. Others say he is John's biolgical son born out of wedlock.

see photo with siblings July 1928 (borther John RIN 265), photo 80th birthday 
Herbert Erastus Adams
 
107 Herbert
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=3b5ee723-2747-433c-8e60-399ade085863&tid=14243456&pid=19 
Herbert Monroe Adams
 
108 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Janine Adams
 
109 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Janine Adams
 
110
BAPL DATE 19 SEP 1868 REBAPTIZED 12 JUL 1913

Rebaptized 8 Mar 1881

Farmer and horticulturist (see April 22, 1910 announcement)

Ordained High Priest 4 March 1917 by William T. Jack

Ordained Bishop of the Oakley 3rd Ward, Cassia Stake, Idaho, 29 July 1917 by Rudger Clawson and served from 1917 until 1928.

Died from pneumonia
Endowment House record No. 4126,Bk. I,p. 178 shows death date of 22 April 1943

see photo page with both wives - Anna Belle Warburton and Mary Jane Phippen Harper, orchard photo, photo of Oakley, Idaho home, 4 generation photo, photo with siblings at 70th birthday July 1928, photo of brother Herbert's birthday 1935 (RIN 248) 
John Adams
 
111 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Info he gave to Endowment House records show: him baptized 1850
his mother as Margaret Davies

Was residing with widowed mother at Haycrest at time of baptism.
Birthplace also noted as Haycrus, Shropshire, England.

Was a farmer

Heard of the Gospel and was baptized by Elder Richard Howells in 1851 or 52. Was working for John Beddoes at the time and stayed for 4 years. John commented that he had never worked for a better man in his life. Working for Mr. Beddoes allowed John to save money to get to America. Left home on 4th of March 1854 for America. Set sail from Liverpool on the "John M. Wood" and went to New Orleans; then up the Mississippi River to St. Louis; then up the Missouri River to Kansas City and from there to Salt Lake City with the Doctor Richardson's Company, arriving on 29 September with ox teams.

Went to Tooele and was rebaptized March 10 by Elder John Shields. Ordained under the hands of James Benan, a member of the Forty Third quorum of Seventies. Rebaptized by Lysandars Gee in the Refamashon on March 23, 1857.
Married to Mary Howells on 14 September by John Shields; both were endowed 18 March 1865 and married by Elder G. G. Canon.

During the period of famine in Tooele, John was so weak from hunger that "he was required to support himself by holding on to the fences while walking down the street. As he passes the home of Henry Green, Sister Green noticed his condition and inquired if he was ill. He answered that his problem was hunger. She invited him into her house and gave him a meal of bread and milk.

John was asigned to watch over the homes and help take care of the crops of his neighbors in Tooele who had gone to Lehi before the arrival of Johnston's Army in 1858. His principle assignment was to watch for a smoke signal which was to be lit at the point of the mountain near the south shore of the Great Salt Lake which would notify the watchman in Tooele Valley that Johnston's Army had violated the terms of their agreement to proceed peacefully through the streets of Salt Lake City, without molesting the homes or property of the Saints, and to camp outside of the city's boundaries.
Should the smoke signal be given the men on guard were to burn everything combustible thus preventing anything of value from falling into the hands of their enemies (Gillespie, Alex R., John Adams, F 161 #6, Church Historian's Office, SLC, Utah)

see pedigree photo, photo with 2nd wife, family portraits, photo with siblings, funeral notive, photo of headstone 
John Adams
 
112 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Born in a dugout in the side of a wash, surrounded by a mud wall for protection from the Indians.

Known as "Fred"

Was a farmer, carpenter, genealogist

Ordained a High Priest 3 July 1916
Ordained a Bishop of the Oakley 1st Ward on 1 May 1921 by George F. Richards and served from 1921 until May, 1928 (Encyclopedic History of the Church, p.601)



see photo of Oakley, Idaho home (father RIN 265), 8th grade graduation class (sister Mary RIN 262), with wife about 1903, photo leaving for mission with wife and companions, photo with siblings 
John Fredrick Adams
 
113 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Born in a dugout in the side of a wash, surrounded by a mud wall for protection from the Indians.

Known as "Fred"

Was a farmer, carpenter, genealogist

Ordained a High Priest 3 July 1916
Ordained a Bishop of the Oakley 1st Ward on 1 May 1921 by George F. Richards and served from 1921 until May, 1928 (Encyclopedic History of the Church, p.601)



see photo of Oakley, Idaho home (father RIN 265), 8th grade graduation class (sister Mary RIN 262), with wife about 1903, photo leaving for mission with wife and companions, photo with siblings 
John Fredrick Adams
 
114 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Born in a dugout in the side of a wash, surrounded by a mud wall for protection from the Indians.

Known as "Fred"

Was a farmer, carpenter, genealogist

Ordained a High Priest 3 July 1916
Ordained a Bishop of the Oakley 1st Ward on 1 May 1921 by George F. Richards and served from 1921 until May, 1928 (Encyclopedic History of the Church, p.601)



see photo of Oakley, Idaho home (father RIN 265), 8th grade graduation class (sister Mary RIN 262), with wife about 1903, photo leaving for mission with wife and companions, photo with siblings 
John Fredrick Adams
 
115 see family photo (father RIN 255) John Reed Adams
 
116 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Laura Adams
 
117 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Laura Adams
 
118 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Linda Adams
 
119 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Linda Adams
 
120 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lindsey Nicole Adams
 
121 see photo with siblings (father RIN 260) Loa Adams
 
122 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lorraine Kay Adams
 
123 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lorraine Kay Adams
 
124 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Died of Scarlet Fever 
Margaret Adams
 
125 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

see photo with siblings (brother John 250) 
Margaret Adams
 
126 see photo with siblings (father RIN 260) Martha Adams
 
127 Known as "Polly"

see photo with siblings July 1928 (brother John RIN 265), photo of brother Herbert's 80th birthday 1935 (RIN 248) 
Mary Caroline Adams
 
128 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Birthdate also noted as 14 Sept 1884

Known as "Mae"

Received Patriarchal Blessing on 21 September 1914 from James England

see photo of Oakley, Idaho home (father RIN 265)(husband 343), 8th grade graduation class photo, marriage photo & 4 generation photo 1940, 4 generation photo with daughter father, Thera and Fontella (father John RIN 265), photo at house 1940, Relief Society photos, photo with daughters, headstone (husband RIN 343), photo with siblings (brother J.Fred RIN 275) 
Mary Emily Adams
 
129 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Melba Adams
 
130 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Melba Adams
 
131 Middle name also noted as "Deane"

Death date also noted as 14 April 1990 
Merlin Dean Adams
 
132 Middle name also noted as "Deane"

Death date also noted as 14 April 1990 
Merlin Dean Adams
 
133 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Natalie Michelle Adams
 
134 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Blessed by his father J. Fred Adams

Baptized 2 August 1924 by Hyrum Buttler and confirmed 3 August 1924 by his father J. Fred Adams

Ordained: Deacon 5 August 1928 by Wm. t. Jack
Teacher 7 August 1932 by A. T. Gee
Priest 4 February 1934 by father J. Fred Adams
Elder 24 May 1936 by W. A. Howard
Seventy 4 May 1941 by rufus K. Hardy
High Priest 25 April 1951 by Delbert Stapley

Received his Patriarchal Blessing 10 March 1937 from Frank Woodbury

Left of the Southern States Mission on 1 March 1937

Buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Cypress CA 
Oleen "E" Adams
 
135 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Blessed by his father J. Fred Adams

Baptized 2 August 1924 by Hyrum Buttler and confirmed 3 August 1924 by his father J. Fred Adams

Ordained: Deacon 5 August 1928 by Wm. t. Jack
Teacher 7 August 1932 by A. T. Gee
Priest 4 February 1934 by father J. Fred Adams
Elder 24 May 1936 by W. A. Howard
Seventy 4 May 1941 by rufus K. Hardy
High Priest 25 April 1951 by Delbert Stapley

Received his Patriarchal Blessing 10 March 1937 from Frank Woodbury

Left of the Southern States Mission on 1 March 1937

Buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Cypress CA 
Oleen "E" Adams
 
136 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Blessed as a baby by his father J. Fred Adams

Baptized 2 August 1924 by Hyrum Buttler and confirmed 3 August 1924 by his father J. Fred Adams

Ordained: Deacon 5 August 1928 by Wm. t. Jack
Teacher 7 August 1932 by A. T. Gee
Priest 4 February 1934 by father J. Fred Adams
Elder 24 May 1936 by W. A. Howard
Seventy 4 May 1941 by rufus K. Hardy
High Priest 25 April 1951 by Delbert Stapley

Received his Patriarchal Blessing 10 March 1937 from Frank Woodbury

Left for the Southern States Mission on 1 March 1937

Buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Cypress, California 
Oleen "E" Adams
 
137 see childhood photo Opal Adams
 
138 see family photo (father RIN 255) Pauline Adams
 
139 Certificates in possession of Ashton Monroe Adams

Records of Pella Ward, Cassia Stake, in Burley Idaho 
Phyllis Adams
 
140 Certificates in possession of Ashton Monroe Adams

Records of Pella Ward, Cassia Stake, in Burley Idaho 
Phyllis Adams
 
141 see family photo (father RIN 255) Ramona Adams
 
142 Born on a Sunday morning.

Was a farmer and was known as "Dick"

Death may have been 27th of Dec.

Never marrried

see orchard photo (brother John RIN 265), photo with siblings July 1928 (brother John RIN 265), brother Herbert's 80th birthday 1935 (RIN 248) 
Richard Adams
 
143 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Christening date from Parish Registry of Wistanstow,Shropeshire,England
Christening place also noted as Haycrust,Shropshire,England

Baptism also noted as: 20 Mar 1947 on Salt Lake Temple Records
11 Oct 1947 in other information

see photo with siblings (brother John RIN 250) 
Richard Adams
 
144 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Richard Craig Adams
 
145 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Richard Craig Adams
 
146 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Richard Craig Adams
 
147 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Known as "Rome"

Served as a missionary in Holland (1907), laboring mostly in Rotterdam.

Was a farmer

Also have endowment date of May 1908

see missionary photo, family photos 
Romelyn Adams
 
148 From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Farmer and bishop

see childhood photos, family photo, photo with siblings (brother J.Fred RIN 275) 
Ross Adams
 
149 see family photo (father RIN 255) Rulon Ross Adams
 
150 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ruth Adams
 

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